Students will watch a report on a philanthropic work in South Africa and discuss the importance of the environment and water in a community. In addition, students will reflect on their own use of water in their routines and link the lesson to other academic subjects on the environment.
Students will discuss the association of the pink color, "le rose" to girls after watching a video reporting on the subject. The lesson offers a very good activity for listening and speaking the target language.
Students will watch a short video from a TV program in France "Geopolitis" presented by Xavier Colin on current events. Students have to listen carefully to the event of the week based on the subject of equality of women in the world. A set of four multiple choice and fill in the blank (drag and drop) exercises is then provided to assess students' listening comprehension skills.
Students watch a short scene in the metro and answer comprehensive grammar questions provided in a set of four exercises. The emphasis is on the correct conjugation of the verbs in the present tense-prendre, repondre, and attendre.
Students will watch a video song and discuss the its theme based on the vitual new world "Monde Nouveau", in which things are now possible between dream (reve) and reality (reel) as characterized by the "super-heros."
Students will learn about the legend of the Black Horse or "Le Cheval Noir," who helped Canadian church workers to build their church at Saint-Boniface in Manitoba during heavy winter.
Students will watch a video on the production of the Audit A1 cars in Belgium. Students have to listen carefully to a native French speaker describing the process and problems that they are facing. Then, they have to answer questions to test their listening skills.
Students will learn French expressions from Switzerland and other francophone countries, while making cultural connections with their own.
This resource is a multi media interactive web documentary in which an elementary school class chronicles their learning as they address questions of cultural identity, cultural differences, racism, immigration, etc. The home page has links to various tableaux which each focus on one sub-theme.
Students will watch a short scene with no audio that depicts "a daily routine" situation of a man in the bath tub to test their comprehension (non-explicit).